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What is a Chemistry Mole….Explained!

What is a Chemistry Mole....Explained!

Chemistry Moles…. – This is a brief introduction to the chemistry unit moles and Avogadro’s number. 6.02×10^23. The mole is nothing more than a unit of mea…
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25 Responses to What is a Chemistry Mole….Explained!

  • myfishruby says:

    Thank you so much! I understood parts of the concept before but struggled
    with putting it all together. Watching this helped tremendously! 😀 ♥

  • Ljubica Jurlina says:

    I love you so much I’m writing a test tomorrow and had no ida what moles
    were and you literally saved me thanks so much!!! 

  • SLB12345678909876543 says:

    Actually is 6.022×10^23, but this is the best explanation that i’ve seen!

  • thebullybuffalo says:

    Good grief this is such a better explanation of the concept of a mole than
    any of my teachers or professor ever said. This gives a comprehensive
    explanation that puts moles within their chemistry context – why moles

  • Adam Zapata says:

    Why do I even pay for college?

  • Alexander Karakatsanis says:

    Fantastic explanation!

  • Jane E says:

    Anyone that teaches knowledge, no matter how bad they suck in teaching, is
    worth praising. Thanks for posting this and helping millions of people
    including me!

  • ShesSoLegallyBlonde says:

    This video helped so much! thanks! Your a great teacher, i could tell that
    it could be hard to teach it from listening to my teacher but watching your
    video made it so much more simpler than what it seemed like.

  • MsBookobsessor says:

    Thank you so much. I wish I had you as my teacher. This isn’t actually not
    hard at all, I’m not sure why my teacher couldn’t have explained it

  • Kieran Graham says:

    Really great video..thanks for posting this it helped me out a lot!

  • Luz Manrique says:

    Thank you!! It all makes more sense now :)

  • andrew brown says:

    You sound like hank off of breaking bad, which is ironic because breaking
    bad has chemistry in it :0 thanks for the video, it helped a lot 

  • bearly riose says:

    Better than my teacher!

  • sudharshan somanath says:

    Very well explained, simple and to the point. 

  • DOGE™ says:

    7:08 “or also known as: FU” LOL

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  • Nicholas Barber says:

    Thanks so much mate. My teachers at school made this seem like some sort of
    enigma code. Much easier watching this.

  • Akanksha Kumar says:

    thank you so much! I finally understood the concept of mole! your
    explanation is awesome! You are better than my chemistry teacher for sure!

  • Sharleen Khan says:

    Thank yo soo much! I was confused in today’s chemistry class but you have
    cleared up all my confusion. Now I can think of a mole like a dozen, it’s
    just a number. 

  • Nick Saidi says:

    Simple and to the point. Excellent video

  • idin moghaddam says:

    perfect and clear explanation!!! English is my second language but your
    video clearly explain this topic for me!!!!
    Thanks a lot man ;)

  • brad duke-wild says:

    thanks a bunch dude! My chem teacher spent 3 hour long lessons explaining
    this and I still got nothing. This will help me a lot on my test 🙂 I hope
    your a chem teacher yourself and I bet your students would be A grade
    stuents as well haha

  • TheChoppification says:

    Is it possible to find out number of atoms in O2 even tho it’s a molecule ?
    If so how ?

  • Lorie Coyne says:

    Wow, you are a very fun teacher! It’s so easy to understand more! I wish
    you were my chemistry teacher 

  • hala haneya says:

    My teacher tried so hard to make us understand the concept but still I
    couldn’t. Now after watching your video I totally get the point. Thank you
    so much !!

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